Fourth Plinth; Noel Clarke's new film; mysteries of Henry VIII

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Artist Yinka Shonibare discusses his new sculpture for the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square. Nelson's Ship in a Bottle is a scale replica of HMS Victory in a bottle, measuring 4.7m in length and 2.8m in diameter.

Mark Eccleston reviews Kidulthood writer Noel Clarke's new film about a heist with a difference.

As the Globe Theatre in London stages Shakespeare's Henry VIII, the play's director Mark Rosenblatt talks to Professor Gordon McMullan, editor of the Arden edition, about the problems posed by this history play. Why is it so rarely performed? And did Shakespeare actually write it anyway?

And pianist Janina Fialkowska on her recovery from a rare form of muscle cancer, a journey which took her from paralysis to concert performance.

Producer Jerome Weatherald.

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Mon 24 May 2010 19:15

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